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HTC will introduce three new phones by the end of 2017

At the beginning of 2017 HTC official said the Taiwanese company would launch no more than 6-7 phones this year. A member of the HTC community and twitter user Corn Chen now shared the codenames and some specs of all the devices due to launch by the end of 2017. We are expecting Ocean Master, Ocean Harmony, and Ocean Lite. HTC's current flagship the U11 According to Chen, the Ocean Master would come with 6" screen and two cameras - one with 12 MP sensor and another with 8 MP, probably the first on the back, while the second being the selfie snapper. The Master will have two...



Android Pay’s list of supported financial institutions updated with 17 new names

A total of 17 new US banks/credit unions have added support for Google's mobile payments service Android Pay. The list includes American Eagle Financial Credit Union, Bank of Milton, Centennial Bank, Commercial State Bank, Credit Union ONE, and EagleBank. Other financial institutions that have made it to the list are Farmers National Bank, Fifth District Savings Bank, Firstrust Bank, Gerber Federal Credit Union, Hills Bank and Trust Company, Huntington National Bank, mBank, Peach State Federal Credit Union, Peoples Bank of East Tennessee, Stanford Federal Credit Union, and State Bank...



LG Q7 shows up on Geekbench with Helio P10

LG trademarked the Q7 moniker back in March with the Korean Intellectual Property Office, meaning a new affordable device is on its way. Now the phone allegedly got tested on Geekbench, confirming that it will arrive with the modest Helio P10 chipset. The LG Q7 got a 630 single-core score and 2322 on the multi-core test. Sadly, we can't compare the phone with other devices, powered by the MediaTek chip because of the massive differences between Geekbench versions. RAM is listed to be 4 GB, while the Android version is 8.1 Oreo. The phone is most likely to arrive as a mini...



Pre-orders for BlackBerry Keyone are now live in Canada

The BlackBerry Keyone is now available to pre-order in Canada. Rogers has the device listed on its website, and is offering it for CAD 679 (around $500) outright. The carrier is also selling the handset on a regular two-year contract, with plans ranging from CAD 0 to CAD 200. Other Canadian carriers like Bell, Bell MTS, SaskTel, and Telus will start accepting pre-orders at a later date. The Android-powered phone is set to launch in the country on May 31. The device, in case you aren't aware, is already available in the UK. Source | Via



Amazon announces new Fire TV with 4K HDR support

Amazon has launched a new redesigned Fire TV with features like 4K, HDR, Dolby Atmos, Alexa and more for $69.99. Amazon Fire TV The new Fire TV has been completely redesigned. Gone is the puck shaped, Apple TV-like design and in its place is a more compact, Chromecast-like design. With the built-in HDMI cable, the device now plugs straight into your TV without taking up additional space below it, although it will still need to be powered using the bundled wall outlet. The new Fire TV has a faster Amlogic processor with 4x Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.5GHz and Mali-450 MP3 GPU,...